Our Radar Roundup compiles products and videos from the ‘net in an easy-to-digest format. Read on below for today’s findings…
The Port Royal Crankset is named for an infamously gnarly hill in Philly with a classy name. These cranks are designed to work with MTB or gravel/road bikes, simply select the correct spindle length and they’re now available in 165, 170, and 175mm lengths. See more at Engin.
If you’re looking for some new apparel choices for spring, check out 7 Mesh’s new drop, including gravel, road, and mountain apparel in earth tones and colors that pop.
SOMA Albion Cranks $139.99
For most people, 46-30t sub-compact gearing is a better option for gravel, touring, and non-competitive road riding than 50-34t compact gearing commonly found on road bikes. SOMA’s latest product are these Albion cranks, which are designed to fit 94 BCD 5-bolt rings for compact double ringsets. These won’t break the bank, come in black or silver, and are shipping now from SOMA.
The Atlantis has been Rivendell’s flagship frame since the brand introduced it in 1999. It’s an all-’rounder, initially designed for almost anything you’ll need or want to do on a bicycle: loaded touring, trails, commutes, and day rides. The current Atlantis defines Riv’s approach to bikes and our ride and fits and aesthetics, as well as any bike, can. These bikes got an overhaul for this latest offering, so roll on over to Riv to read all about the changes and to place a pre-order today!
Are they a real team? Yer darn tootin’. Crust Bikes‘ Team Canela took on Mid South this year…
Stuff we see on the ‘net that causes pause…
Photo by @karlatrobles
Karla Robles brings us this wonderful image this morning, showcasing one of the many unique plants, the Elephant Cactus, in the coastal deserts of Mexico.
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